Three Reasons to Watch Vamps, Heading to DVD and Blu-Ray Nov. 13


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vamps on dvd and blurayVamps is a movie you probably haven’t heard of, but should check out when it’s released Nov. 13. There’s a review copy headed my way, so I’ll give it a look and report back.

Here are three reasons you should check out Vamps:

1. It’s directed by Amy Heckerling, who directed Clueless, Fast Times at Ridgemont High, and episodes of The Office and Gossip Girl, among others. Since I mostly know her from movies in the 1980s and 90s, I’m excited to see her work again. She did direct and produce 2007’s I Could Never Be Your Woman, starring Michelle Pfeiffer and Paul Rudd. Haven’t seen that yet, but as of this moment, it’s moving to the top of the Netflix queue.

2. It stars Alicia Silverstone and Krysten Ritter as two young and sassy female vampires living the high life in New York until love enters the picture and each has to make a choice that will jeopardize her immortality. I know, I know… vampires! What can I say? I’m still a big vampire geek.

3. It also stars a majorly cool supporting cast, including Sigourney Weaver, Richard Lewis, Dan Stevens, Wallace Shawn, Marilu Henner, Justin Kirk and Kristen Johnston.

Yep, that’s pretty much all I need to know to be a pre-fan of this movie. And speaking of pre, you can pre-order it on Amazon on DVD or blu-ray.

About Jane Boursaw

Jane Boursaw is the founder and editor-in-chief of Reel Life With Jane. Her credits include hundreds of print and online publications, including The New York Times, People Magazine, Variety, Moviefone, TV Squad and more. Follow her on Twitter at @reellifejane.

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